Silserli are Swiss Pretzel Rolls. Their name varies based on the region in Switzerland and primary language spoken: Silserli, Silserbrot, Délices, Pains de Sils, or Pane di Sils. These small rolls are boiled in a baking soda water solution, brushed with egg wash, sprinkled with salt or seeds, then baked until golden brown. They are completely addictive. You can eat them straight from the oven with butter or honey. If there happen to be any leftover, they make a great base for sandwiches with ham and cheese.
When boiling the rolls, make sure to flip them so all sides are coated in the solution. The texture is best the day they are made. Once cooled, I often freeze a few for quick access to fresh bread for sandwiches. Just warm them in a 350 degree oven to serve.